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Palo Alto Weekly 3h
city leaders are preparing for new strategies to improve its code-enforcement program in response to a new, critical audit.
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Palo Alto Weekly 4h
Alanna Smith of is in the running for the Wade Trophy, which recognizes the best college women's basketball player in the country each year.
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Palo Alto Weekly 5h
: Playwright James Kopp's hilarious, satiric new play, "Girls Kill Nazis" is very good despite its newness.
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Palo Alto Weekly 6h
Mark your calendars for these upcoming home and garden events, including a workshop on native gardens and holiday greens on sale at .
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NWS Bay Area 9h
UPDATED rainfall forecast. Not much change. Highest amounts continue to be in the North bay with 2-3 inches expected through Friday.
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GreenWaste Palo Alto 10h
GreenWaste of Palo Alto will be observing the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 22. Our drivers will be home with their families. If your regular collection day falls on Thursday or Friday, your collection day will be moved to the following day.
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Palo Alto Weekly 10h
Subscribe now to the new podcast for our latest episode where we discuss maternal mental health with psychiatrist Nirmaljit Dhami:
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Palo Alto Weekly 11h
A man reportedly exposed himself to a girl while sitting in a car in the Fairmeadow neighborhood of on Monday afternoon, according to .
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Palo Alto Weekly 11h
Fire Chief Eric Nickel is stepping down from his post at the city to take the helm at the Fire Department.
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Spare The Air 12h
WINTER SPARE THE AIR ALERT: Due to continued smoke impacts in the from the in , the is extending the Alert through Wednesday, November 21. Burning wood is banned.
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Palo Alto Weekly 12h
Kaden Smith of football is one of three finalists for the John Mackay Award, which is given to nation's top college tight end.
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Palo Alto Police 15h
News Release: With Holiday Season Approaching, Police Offer Crime Tips to Stay Safe
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Palo Alto Weekly 15h
is exploring a plan that would that would use advanced techniques to convert wastewater into the drinkable kind at a new plant.
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Palo Alto Weekly 15h
Results have shifted in the Ravenswood school board race in where Tamara Sobomehin of youth tech nonprofit now leads public charter school teacher Laura Nunez by 84 votes.
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Palo Alto Weekly Nov 19
ICYMI: From gathering emergency supplies to collecting financial donations, here's how organizations are helping victims of the :
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Palo Alto Weekly Nov 19
. came out with 'hard-fought wins' to earn the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament title on Sunday.
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Palo Alto Weekly Nov 19
professor Ge Wang's new book "Artful Design" is a "supremely nerdy" manifesto on design in photo-comic form.
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PaloAltoFire Nov 19
After 11 days, PAFD Engine 65 returned from the Camp Fire along with our mutual aid partners. They are proud to have served in a community that desperately needed their support.
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Palo Alto Weekly Nov 19
Brighten up a local nonprofit's holiday by making a donation to the Palo Alto Weekly's Holiday Fund, which aims to raise $350K this season:
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Palo Alto Weekly Nov 19
Community members advocated for residential projects that support people with developmental disabilities at a Thursday meeting in on local affordable housing projects.
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